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  • Leading enterprise-sized businesses across all verticals, but specifically airports, healthcare providers, and intelligence organizations


  • Physical access controls with facial recognition
  • Scans faces using AI to verify ‘liveness’ in real-time


Prevents unauthorized access

Reduces administrative costs of authenticating clients and employees

Reduces risk arising from lost or stolen keycards or badges

Creates a frictionless access experience

Tamper-proof logs of all access events and administrator activities

Improves the efficiency of your security spend


The user enrolls with a short video selfie, creating a unique, encrypted digital identity
User authenticates with their face from any camera phone, desktop or laptop, no password or special app required
Access point cameras scan faces and generate an encrypted code, which is checked against their digital ID in real-time
Optional verification of government-issued photo ID
A privacy-by-design approach means end-user private biometric data is encrypted

Case Study

Saint John Airport

An elegant secure-entry solution for airport employees and contractors

  • - Fastest-growing small airport in Canada
  • - Serves almost 300,000 passengers annually
  • - $20M modernization project underway

Saint John Airport has long been recognized as one of Canada’s most innovative flight hubs. As a growing polestar of Eastern transport, the executive team has focused on putting into place systems that can scale as the airport grows. As it is for all airports, but especially small ones, security is a top priority, but so is maintaining an agile workflow. OARO offered a seamless solution. Leveraging the latest facial recognition hardware, combined with blockchain cybersecurity, Saint John was able to implement a system where authorized employees only had to approach a secure door, and face into a camera to gain access. OARO’s technology recognizes full-motion video, so would-be criminals can’t gain access using high-resolution photographs. Lost or stolen swipe cards are a non-issue. Each user is authenticated in real-time, and a tamper-proof record of their access is stored. The result is an easily scalable, entirely secure system that improves both safety and efficiency.